ANT 102 ARCHAEOLOGY
An introduction to foundational concepts, methods, and theory of contemporary anthropological archaeology. Spanning the emergence of intellectually modern humans to the rise of states, the course examines what archaeologists do, how they conduct research, and how they use the results to piece together the past. Topics include the human lineage, origins of agriculture, emergence of ranked societies, and origins of inequality.
Students may not receive credit for this course and Anthropology 112.
Open to first-year students and sophomores, and to others with permission of the instructor.
Enrollment limited to 38 students.